There's been a lot of talk about a "tech sell-off" recently. While not every tech stock has sold off in the past few months, there have been a handful of tech stocks that have been hit rather hard. Facebook, LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD), and Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), for instance, have all sold off 10% or more in the past two months. Twitter's decline was the worst of the three, with the stock down about 50% from all-time highs achieved at the end of last year.
What's the story behind the sell-off? In the following video, senior Fool technology specialist Daniel Sparks takes a closer look at the potential contributing factors to the decline in stock prices of a handful of tech stocks. More importantly, Daniel examines the merit behind the sell-off.
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